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Political Ethics & Election Law

Setting a political agenda

Husch Blackwell helps clients stay abreast of the federal, state and local rules that govern lobbying, campaign finance, and individual and corporate political contributions. We have extensive experience with establishing and maintaining political action committees (PACs), including preparation and review of PAC disclosure forms for submission to the Federal Election Commission (FEC), ethics compliance and representation in FEC enforcement matters.

Our political law team advises clients on House, Senate and executive branch ethics rules, including limits on gift and travel, prohibited activities and reporting requirements. We assist with preparation and review of registration and quarterly lobbying disclosure forms for Congress and provide guidance for in-house executives. Additionally, our attorneys provide litigation support when violations of campaign finance or election laws are alleged.

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